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TME 024: Long Term Investing

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Long term investing or long term trading can mean different things to different types of investors or traders. If you are a day trader then a strategy that trades weekly will be long term. Some define long term as holding an asset for an extended period of time. The time could be as little as one year and as long as 30 years.

Advisers usually advise to invest for the long term but the long term is subjective. A buy and hold investor may consider long term 5 to 10 years. While a day trader may consider long term investing 5 to 10 days.

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TME 023: The Stock Market

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What is the Stock Market?

The stock market is a market where shares of public companies are issued and traded. The companies are traded either through exchanges or over the counter markets. The stock market is also known as the equity market. Many time people complain about the stock market but the stock market is one of the most important components of a free market economy. The stock market provides companies with easy access to capital in exchange for giving investors ownership in the company. For the investor the stock market makes it possible to grow small sums of money into large ones. The stock market lets investors in companies participate in gains or losses of the companies whose shares they hold.

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TME 022: Price Action Trading

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Price Action Trading

What is price? When I was young I came to my granddad and I said look at this baseball card it’s worth $5. He said it is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. The price of something is what someone is willing to pay for it. When you look at a stock quote you see a bid price and an ask price. The bid is what someone will pay. The ask price is what someone will sell it for. The difference is the price.

What is price action trading?

Price action trading is a trading technique that allows a trader to make trading decisions strictly based on price changes. Price action trading relies strictly on price and ignores fundamental analysis. Price Action Trading focuses on recent and past price movements.

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